Chloe Carpenter isn't like other women. She can communicate with animals. A gift she unwrapped following one of her frequent dances with death. In her otherwise wacky life, she's finally found a semblance of sanity working at the Plum Beach Wildlife Park, where her unique talents can make life or death differences for the animals in her care. That semblance is shattered when a new veterinarian roars into the park in his spiffed up sports car and sets his golden gaze on her. If she had her way, he'd roar right back out. Problem: He's her new coworker and he's saved her life twice - in the past twenty-four hours.
Zane Marshall, Enforcer for the Pacific Pack of purebred werewolves, has a job to do - figure out who or what is mutilating the young men of Plum Beach.
The one thing I love about the book is the way the author has put a Dr. Doolittle type character (Chloe) into a world of danger, a world full of vampires, werewolves, and murders. Interesting would be the one word I would use to describe this book. I read a few other reviews that said this book was lacking a bit in the romance department but in truth I feel the author was right to do this. She let the story line itself take precedence in this book instead of page turning steamy scenes that leave little to the plot (which was amazing). I highly recommend this book, especially if you are looking for something different, that takes you outside of the box.